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of london's most famous sites. kirit radia in london now. >> reporter: chaos erupted as crowds were watching the famous changing of the guard at buckingham palace. a man burst forward brandishing knives holding one to his neck. when he refused to put the weapons down, police moved in taking him down with a taser. bystanders were stunned by how quickly it unfolded. >> they tased him and he fell to the ground in a couple of seconds. >> reporter: tourists captured the drama on their cameras and phones, posting the videos on youtube. police say the man is believed to be in his 50s. so far they haven't released any other information about him or his motive. we're told the queen wasn't home at the time. in the end, nobody was seriously injured. david. >> still some terrifying pictures going viral. thank you. >>> tonight from turkey, new clues into the death of that american mother on a trip texting her husband and children photos. her last text saying she'd be home the next day. last night here we told you about the gruesome discovery. tonight nick schifrin with more on the investigation from turk
with weapons to london's buckingham palace. we will play out the rest of the video as cameras are rolling the entire time. is [ female announcer ] switch to swiffer wetjet, and you'll dump your old mop. but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's that lady? ♪ sexy lady ♪ who's that lady? [ female announcer ] used mops can grow bacteria. swiffer wetjet starts with a clean p every time, and its antibacterial cleaner kills bacteria mops can spread around. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. ♪ lovely lady >> harris: buckingham palace a place where the royal family gathers in england. a man armed with two knives showed up outside the tourist landmark. at first he held one knife to his own throat. when he started shouting and waving the weapon, police used a stun gun to stop him. all caught on tape because tourists were standing by with cell phones and everything else rolling. nobody hurt in any of this excepted the man who was stunned. he was taking to a london police station. this all happened again while tourists were gathered to watch the changing
and olympian who continues to shatter records as we saw in london this summer. welcome. >> thank you very much. >> how does it feel to be an inspiration for literally people who are disabled the entire world over? >> i think it's a massive blessing. i have been very privileged to be given a talent and over the last seven or eight years i have worked hard on working on it and making sure i can be the best athlete i can be, and obviously being an international sportsman is a lot of responsibility that comes with it. you have to remember there are kids who look up to you, is definitely something you have to keep at the back of your mind. >> what somebody said to me, the amazing thing you have done, oscar, for all those kids who have lost a leg, two legs, the amputation they have suffered. in the old days, they were so stigmatized, they were picked on at school, they feel different. what you have done is make it cool to be an amputee, which may not be your intention, but they all want to be like oscar now. >> i grew up in a family where a disability was never an issue. we really didn't speak about
the london games, oscar's roommate told a reporter he was forced to move out because, quote, oscar was constantly screaming in anger on people at the phone. you were at the olympic games. did you hear about that? >> at both the paralympic games, after the summer olympic games, as well as during the summer olympics, we were getting tidbits of oscar has this side to him where he was a little bit of a temper, but you know, my thinking with that is that the olympics and the paralympics, obviously, are a time in which an athlete, this is everything they have worked for for four years. and as somebody who has been through that olympic pressure cooker, i know what it's like to be in that situation where, you know, just about anything can set you off. i didn't see that as anything noteworthy by oscar. >> not something that was unusual? >> no. >> did he ever talk to you about his disability? vanessa and i talked a little further about it, and she said he never talked to her about it. in her view, he didn't perceive himself as having a disability. did he ever talk to you about the disability
, this entire story to me is just unbelievable. the guy that i got to know covering in south korea and london is not even equating to these circumstances that i'm hearing. >> let me ask about something in court. he was crying, he completely broke down today and he did in the first hearing. does his grief seem genuine to you? i know that's a very hard thing to judge but this is a man you know. >> it's hard to get in his head from this far away, not knowing really all the circumstances which i think will continue to be revealed in this sad story. but the guy that i discovered on the track, especially in london where he fought so hard through the arbitration to have a chance to run against able-bodied athletes in the games, is emotional. that's part of what they do. his emotion was joy and again, inspiring to all the people who watched him do what he did. i can't get in his head to know exactly what his emotions would be at this time but obviously, he's overrun with grief and we don't know if that's because he's done something with premeditation or if it was an accident. it's just a tragic story
at the london olympics. a double amputee who changed the way the world sees disabilities. before he reached the olympics, he made his name at the paraolympics. that's where blake leaper met him a few years back. here's what he told me about the blade runner when we talked earlier. >> i'm compete ago long side him. he was an inspiration to me. he went out of his way to help me out and give me insight. i was new to running and he's a veteran to the track and field world. he gave me a lot of information. >> other friends of pistorius and steenkamp have been speaking out this week as well. kevin last saw the couple last month. >> oscar was very loving, happy, joyful person. fwlsh by no means was he mis behaving. he was a good guy. never was he reckless or aggressive towards anyone. when i saw them together, they were in love. oscar was a very loving person. as well as reeva. by no means did i think their relationship was in jeopardy. >> tonight those closest to pistorius just like those of us who have never met him are trying to wrap their heads around what's happened here. it's an extraordinar
with the very latest from london and good day to you, annabelle. new numbers on how big this was and the kind of damage it did. pretty outstanding. >> reporter: that's right, alex. good morning. a big cleanup going on in chelybinsk. the shock wave blew out windows in more than 4,000 buildings. this is a really cold area. local officials promised they will get all the windows fixed within a week. that's a long time to wait when your midday temperature there is about 10 fahrenheit. so lots of people out there today, busy blocking up the windows and the glazers will be extremely busy the next few days. 1,200 people injured, 200 children. 15 remain in the hospital, 1 in a coma. most injuries caused by flying, breaking glass as you can see in the pictures. what happened, the meteor flew across the sky, everybody saw the strange light, ran to the windows and, boom, all the windows -- the huge blast and the glass shattered in those winos across this area. there were also reports that a chunk had fallen into a lake, a chunk of the meteor. divers are busy looking for the large chunk under this ice-cru
double.com. >>> we leave you with happier news tonight in south london today. the baby bump that is being monitored around the world was given a royal reveal. the former kate middleton, now the duchess of cambridge, made an official public appearance. she visited an addiction clinic. as you can see, she was smiling and glowing. catherine's baby will be third in line to the throne. a lot of excitement since she and prince william announced they were expecting. and max foster joins me now from london. max, it seems everyone in britain has been waiting to see the duchess' so-called baby bump as it is called. what is the atmosphere like there today? from what i hear, the paparazzi, the crowd pretty much went wild. >> i haven't seen anything like it, i have to say, wolf, since the royal wedding, the last big event. i think this is all part of the fairy tale, the beauti
down in london today the first stop on a journey that will take him to four european capital cities and several middle easternmations in the upcoming week, and we're learned a planned meeting in rome with serious opposition counsel may not be in jeopardy over u.s. efforts to keep counsel members ties out of the meetings. diplomatic efforts to persuade counsel to rethink its position and meet with secretary kerry. we'll let now what happens of course. afghanistan is kicking u.s. special forces out after key area and a war there. the word, that order coming from president hamid karzai following reports that people in the eastern province are tortured and murdered. the alleged crime is blamed on a group of armed afghans with possible ties to u.s. forces, special forces. karzai a giving the military two to clear out region. and counter insurgency operations inside of afghanistan, a strategically vital part of the country. and u.s. administration says they're not behind the forces and innocent civilians. a second major storm prompt ago blizzard watch for parts of the plains. more than a
. >>> the scare outside the palace. a terrifying scene in london at buckingham palace. the man with knives, the police who had to act fast. >>> the super bowl's superstar. which celebrity will win off the field? and will anyone be able to tackle betty white's moment. >> you're playing like betty white out there. >> that's not what your girlfriend says. >> baby! >>> from abc news world headquarters, this is abc world news with david muir. >>> good evening. thank you for being here on this sunday night. we begin this evening with that unfolding tragedy a former navy s.e.a.l., a hero to members of the military. this evening authorities say he was targeted and killed by a fellow veteran. he took out more enemies than anyone else did as a sniper. he often said he preferred to think about the lives he saved doing it. he returned to help american troops recover from the invisible wounds of war. tonight this young man, eddie routh, is accused of killing him. ryan owens leads us off tonight. >> reporter: former navy s.e.a.l. sniper chris kyle was such a good shot he once hit a target more than a mi
based on reason. it's not our embassy in london here. we are talking about libya and there are a lot of people that want to kill americans. the political theater aside and who knew what and why ambassador stevens requests went unanswered i think what is more concerning is the lack of threat recognition. i think there are a majority of people in the country that have a philosophical difference from this president on the definition of terrorism and the threats that we face. i would argue that this country is lot more danger when it was when osama bin laden was alive because al-qaeda is very fragmented. they are not operating from one single playbook. i think the uncertainty that really makes the intelligence difficult and i think it makes it a scary place. >> heather: that is good point. despite these growing threats, no security measures were taken to protect the consulate at benghazi. it was well known that libya security forces which were almost non-existent were incapable of protecting the embassy. moving forward, is it important to have those issues resolved befor in a new secreta
-country tour. 10 downing street in london where he met with david cameron and then he met with william hay. he will then head to turkey and to the middle east. >>> south korea made history, inaugurating its first ever female president. park geun-hye has pledged peace. she has apologized for human rights abuses during her father's time in power. let's go back to soledad in hollywood. >> all right, john. back to oscars talk. ben affleck's comeback may be complete. a two-time oscar winner, the road to becoming a top hollywood director has been a rocky one for him. nischelle turner with back for more on that. >> who would have thought 15 years ago, and he matt damon on the stage getting the oscar for "good night hunting." he would have overnight success, then crashed pretty hard and had to rebuild his life and career. seems like he did. because last night he was back on top. >> everyone who did anything with this movie. >> a speech full of thank thank yous for ben affleck after winning the best picture for "argo." >> i'm honored to be here among these extraordinary movies and really honored to
. >> why do they call you the flying squirrel. >> because i can fly. >> when areich indeed london, she flew above the rest. >> it doesn't matter your money or background. it doesn't matter the color of your skin, if you believe and trust yourself and you want to accomplish your dreams you can do it. >> when that doubt creeps in what do you say to yourself? >> i don't give into that stuff. i want to rise above that and i want to say i can do it and i will do it and i show how i do it >> people are pumingalt you. do this and gabby your time to do this. you though in your heart of hearts, what is next for you, what do you want? >> you fun to attend olympic. i am postoked. >> no female gymist competed since 96 and 2000. we'll see the flying squiril in rio in 2016. >> i sure hope so. if alm goes well you will sigh a lot more of me. a special thanks to sunburn u burst jirm nasticings and union new jersey for lettingugs take pictures of gabe. i sit down with my colleagues on folks and friends. i will introduce you to captain gail harris who went to be the highest ranking woman u.s. navy it is it o
all still have how they rescued the boy how they knew the by was brandishing a gun. james london jr. who was killed was being laid to rest today. also this week ethan, the boy allegedly named ethan was going to turn 6 years old this week. good news and some what somber news with the bus driver hero. >> i want to compliment all of the law enforcement officials the way they coordinated and kept people informed it really captivated america in this story. i am thankful it resulted in this ending. >> it was nice what they did in terms of honor and respect to the fallen slain bus driver because he was somebody really revered in the community. people had a lot of respect for him. children were like his family. he went out of his way to protect them. he in fact knew the suspect mr. dykes. they had known each other from the neighborhood and the area. he took the bullet to save the life of a little kid. >> thankfully this ended the way it did. i had no idea how this was going to go. i thought it was hopeless. >> what is per sip yent. >> law enforcement prosecutorial term. someone is present a
for the british accent. am i right? >> every girl loves a british accent. but london is my favorite city -- >> you've spent a lot of time there? >> yes, i have. >> filmed x-men there. >> do you eat fish and chips? >> i eat fish and chips. >> it's been a complete delight. thank you for staying. it was very gracious of you. best of luck at the oscars. >> thank you. >> i have a feeling you're in for a great night. it's an amazing movie. and it has such an important mission statement to it. mental health is one of the great issues in america right now. and i think this is something everyone should go and see. >> thank you, piers. >>> we'll be right back. i have the flu... i took theraflu, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] truth is theraflu doesn't treat your cough. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus severe cold and flu fights your worst flu symptoms, plus that cough. [ sighs ] thanks!... [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! yeah, i'm looking to save, but i'm not sure which policy is right for me. you should try our coverage checker. it helps you see if you ha
of dawn and in it the band tried to capture the sound that made it famous in london's underground music scene. instrumental freakouts along with strange and colorful lyrics. essentially british pop dipped in lsd. while the group was laying down the album the beatles were working on sergeant pepper in the studio right next door and to this day the piper at the gates of down is still considered one of the best psychedelic albums of the '60s and pink floyd first took a trip to the studio 46 years ago today. i like the new theme music. now, you know the you news for this thursday, february 21, 2013.
it or not. >> in london, there is a new phone-hacking scandal at a tabloid already brought down by hacking. we're talking about rupert murdoch's old newspaper "news of the world." six former staffers have now been arrested, accused of listening to people's private voice mails. the victims have not been identified in this case. now, police say the incidents happened somewhere between 2005, 2006, that is around the same time "news of the world" was implicated in a much bigger hacking scandal involving crime victims, celebrities, even the royal family. actor matt damon is on strike, not from hollywood, but from the bathroom. >> until everybody has access to clean water and sanitation, i will not go to the bathroom. yeah? >> what? >> i'm not going to go to the bathroom. >> whoa. >> yeah, go ahead. >> do you mean literally, like you won't go to the bathroom but you'll go somewhere else. like maybe a swimming pool? >> you're the reporter, you do the math. >> november 19th -- >> that's so funny. damon created -- it's a fake news conference, of course. he's trying to draw attention to a big proble
of the morning about everything. >> the new book takes place in present day london and will represent a totally new phase in bridget's life, leaving bridget's fans wondering if she will resume her old affair with the kad daniel cleaver. live happily ever after with the reindeer jumper wearing darcy. >> i like you very much just as you are. >> or perhaps bridget will just end up -- ♪ all by myself >> coming up next, the oscar-nominated director of "silver linings playbook" opens up to jenna bush hager about his very personal connection to this movie, after this. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. minute maid pure squeezed. it tastes just like a fresh, ripe orange, and oranges are really mad. i'm ty burell and i'm an idiot... who changed the cue cards? well played, orange. minute maid pure squeezed. never from concentrate. ♪ every little thing gonna go my way ♪ [ female announcer ] we've
chief london correspondent james rosenbaum with the changes and why some critics say they don't go nearly far enough. >> under the new rules proposed by health and human services secretary, a nonprofit religious employers will be able to opt out of the obamacare mandate for the provision of the mill contraceptives through their health care plan. instead, the insurers will be required to provide coverage, which include standard birth control and items like the morning after pill. the white house said the modifications the president obama's overarching goals. >> we had to ensure that women have access to preventive services like contraception and that the policy also respects religious beliefs. >> the catholic league hailed the announcement as a sign of goodwill to the catholic community, but because private sector firms with religious objections are not covered by the new proposals and because many insurance firms are apt to shift the of a sharp teeseven absorbed costs back to employers anyway, even if they are not for profit catholic schools, charities, work -- they dismiss it as w
's estimated worth which is only good for 59 on the list of richest people in the earth, but he owned london's chelsea football club and an art collection and has a buf and stylish girlfriend, but in addition to the eclipse, he also owned three other yachts. all told, he's shelled out $2 billion for really fancy modes of water transportation. and he is still paying. the annual cost for keeping the eclipse afloat is reportedly $15 million a year. and a tank of fuel, well, looks like that's about $650,000 per tank. that's the estimate we saw. if you're watching, how about a tour? i want to see it from the inside. i won't wear shoes, i won't bring chocolate or soda on board, i just want to see it. and all of you who like us were flabbergasted by boat, if you had $1.5 billion, what would you do with it? let me know on twitter. thanks for watching. "anderson cooper 360" starts right now. >>> erin, thanks. breaking news tonight in the sandy hook massacre. a possible motive emerging. a terrifying explanation of why adam lanza chose the target he did. and there is this. a face in the crowd when pres
reported in the london "observer" is that he felt it was time to start talking about marriage for catholic priests. as you know, in the catholic faith they are meant to be celebate. we're not sure if there's any connection with how that came out publicly but that's something he made public in an interview not so long ago. >> is there any talk about how this might impact pope benedict's own legacy here? i mean, he was the first one who acknowledged, apologized to the victims of sexual abuse, that he met with those victims. is this going to taint his legacy or do you think this is going to basically clear out and make room for the next pope, you know, not without a record? >> reporter: well, suzanne, as you rightly say, pope benedict xvi did make several firsts, the apologies, the attempt for more transparency, the attempt for more accountability for these serial sexual abusers, frankly, committing not just sins but crimes against children that date back generations. so, he did tackle this publicly. however, the criticism has been that it's certainly not gone far enough. as you know, senior
of government. and the times of london picked up on this piece. a new plan for the eu. the big international news is that the president announced 34,000 troops in afghanistan will come home in a year. >> tonight i can announce that over the next year, another 34,000 american troops will come home from afghanistan. this drawdown will continue and by the end of next year or war in afghanistan will be over. [ applause ] >> i want to bring in richard engel. welcome to both of you. >> nice to be here. again, second in a row. >> let's talk about foreign affairs that had been telegraphed by the white house. he talked about afghanistan, a very brief mention of the middle east. what kind of reaction are you hearing across this part of the world? >> not a great reaction. not much reaction at all. he barely mentioned the middle east. i think people in the middle east had been look iing for a little bit more u.s. leadership on syria. and there's a recognition in the region that syria is a black hole that could suck the other countries into. it. and all the president said was, we continue to oppose assad
robertson joining us by phone. nic, lots of questions. nic live in london this morning. a bit of a stunner. was there any indication that this resignation was coming? >> absolutely none whatsoever, and the last few months, the pope started a twitter account, not what you expect the pope to do when he would say his pope is deteriorating. the pope has looked deep into his conscience, this is a personal and profound decision that he has made with god in light of the responsibilities he has. and the other thing we heard from the papal spokesperson, which is interesting, because the question, is it the pope's physical health or mental health that pushed him into this position? we have heard the vatican say very clearly that the pope has done this of his own free will, that this is dune legone legall pope recognizes the gravity of the situation there is a sense here that what the vatican is doing is the pope is very aware of what it's doing. this gives an indication of a mental health deterioration than physical abilities. >> yet there, is no indication he is canceling any appointments or a slew
of london to pull into a port around the world and nobody is letting them in. at the end of their own presidential elections in june where they have their own internal strife like our presidential elections where things don't happen until after the election, you will see them with more, i think more effort coming to negotiations with the united states. i can't tell you we are going to be successful. >> tell me what you think is more likely, holding direct talks with iran or a direct military strike on iran's new class? >> you are kind of asking me sort of like when i proposed to my wife. i thought she was going to say yes, but she said no. i kept at it. >> okay. >> we persisted. something came about. i think it's more likely it will be successful. i can tell you with assurance this, alex. militaries can stop the problem. we can't fix them. the best military assessment, if we were to strike iran and we should never take the military option off the table if we consider the benefits are worth the cost, we could, at best, slow the program for four years. it would take hundreds upon hundre
about. and the gender of the person that you love is irrelevant. >> joining us from london, we know that this vote says there is huge support for this bill, and the prime minister himself supports it as well. he came out and said, i'm a big believer in marriage, it helps people to commit to each other, and i think that's why gay people should be able to get married, too. we know there was a lot of opposition in his own party. why are they -- first of all what's the argument they are making? how likely is it they will lose this case? >> reporter: well, it seems very likely they are going to lose this case. clearly the majority of the house of commons has voted against opponents of the bill. it's interesting nearly half of his own conservative party voted against prime minister cameron. basically their objection to this bill is they say they fear this is going to open up the possibility of lawsuits against the church of england or any other religious institution that refuses to marry any same sex couple. what they fear is that if a gay or lesbian couple walks into a mosque, synagogue
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